Monthly Archives: February 2012

An Oscar Swag of a Different Kind…

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My Lupe Vélez Bio Will be Released on June 30th, 2012!

We now have a June 30th release date on my upcoming book, Lupe Vélez: The Life and Career of Hollywood’s “Mexican Spitfire”. A little longer than expected (I’m yet to receive the proofs) but I promise it’ll be worth the wait 🙂

For now, you can pre-order HERE

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New Peg Entwistle Play – “Goodnight September” Coming SOON!

It’s very encouraging to see new plays and films based on the lives of actors/actresses of the bygone era being developed. Tragedy struck the lives of many stars during those early Hollywood days…Peg Entwistle was one of them.

At age 24, having already appeared in a number of plays and with a slow, but promising start in film, she jumped to her death from the Hollywood sign. Sadly, as a result of this tragedy, she is sometimes referred to as “The Hollywood Sign Girl,” but oh, she was so much more…

A UK play is currently being developed by the folks over at Crazyhouse Theatre Productions, loosely based on Peg Entwistle’s life, it is slated for completion by the end of this year.

For more information, please visit the below link:

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 Below: Yep, that’s Peg. 

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Uggie…Hollywood’s Newest Pooch…And He’s Retiring!

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Congratulations to “Hugo” and “The Artist”

Well, it’s all over for another year and as expected, Hugo and The Artist swept the 2012 Oscars. 

Congratulations to both films! Well deserved!

All the winners are HERE

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It’s OSCAR Night!!!

The making of an Oscar…

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Tracing the Footsteps of Classic Film Locations

When I was living in Brooklyn, NY, one of the really great treasure hunts was retracing the steps of some of the locations that were clearly visible in many of the Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle shorts that were so popular in our family. The “then and now” aspect of certain streets and buildings, many of which are still standing, made for an exciting afternoon.

Below is an article that names many of Hollywood’s famous filming locations from the good old days!

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